2. (Naut.) (a) A projecting support for a rowlock, extended from the side of a boat. (b) A boat thus
equipped. (c) A projecting contrivance at the side of a boat to prevent upsetting, as projecting spars
with a log at the end.
1. Immediately; without delay; at once; as, he was killed outright.
2. Completely; utterly. Cardinal Manning.
(Out*ring") v. t. To excel in volume of ringing sound; to ring louder than.
(Out*ri"val) v. t. To surpass in a rivalry.
(Out*rive") v. t. To river; to sever. [Obs.] Fairfax.
(Out"road`, Out"rode`) n. An excursion. [Obs.] "Outrodes by the ways of Judea." Macc. xv.
(Out*roar") v. t. To exceed in roaring.
(Out`ro*mance") v. t. To exceed in romantic character. [R.] Fuller.
(Out"room`) n. An outer room. [R.] Fuller.
(Out*root") v. t. To eradicate; to extirpate.
(Out*run") v. t. [imp. Outran ; p. p. Outrun; p. pr. & vb. n. Outrunning.] To exceed, or
leave behind, in running; to run faster than; to outstrip; to go beyond.
Your zeal outruns my wishes.Sir W. Scott.
The other disciple did outrun Peter, and came first to the sepulcher.Jhon xx. 4.
(Out*run"ner) n. An offshoot; a branch. [R.] "Some outrunner of the river." Lauson.
(Out*rush") v. i. To rush out; to issue, or ru out, forcibly. Garth.
(Out*sail") v. t. To excel, or to leave behind, in sailing; to sail faster than. Beau. & Fl.
(Out*scent") v. t. To exceed in odor. Fuller.
(Out*scold") v. t. To exceed in scolding. Shak.
(Out*scorn") v. t. To confront, or subdue, with greater scorn. Shak.
(Out"scour`ing) n. That which is scoured out o washed out. Buckland.
(Out*scout") v. t. To overpower by disdain; to outface. [Obs.] Marston.
(Out*see") v. t. To see beyond; to excel in cerainty of seeing; to surpass in foresight.
(Out*sell") v. t.
1. To exceed in amount of sales; to sell more than.
2. To exceed in the price of selling; to fetch more than; to exceed in value. Fuller. Shak.